What tough new planning tests for onshore wind farms mean for applicants and authorities

New planning guidance on deciding onshore wind farm applications sets tougher tests for developers and could lead to a decline in applications, according to experts.

by Susie Sell
Wind farms: onshore developments face uncertain future after government announced early end to subsidy
Wind farms: onshore developments face uncertain future after government announced early end to subsidy

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